It was a chilly start to Monday morning with a freeze warning in effect for Charleston until 9 a.m., according to the National Weather Service. High temperatures are expected to only reach the 50s today with northeast winds about 10 to 15 miles per hour.
There’s a chance of rain after midnight with low temperatures dropping to the mid 40s.
Tuesday, expect rain in the afternoon into the night with a chance of thunderstorms. It’s expected to get windy as well, with gusts possibly reaching 40 miles per hour after midnight.
It begins to clear up a bit on Wednesday with a slight chance of rain in the morning and possibly also the afternoon. Temperatures are then expected to fall to the 50s that afternoon and to the 30s at night.
By Thanksgiving Thursday, it’s expected to clear up with sunny skies and temperatures in the 50s.
It will likely remain clear, with a few cloudy spots throughout the weekend.
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